Projects

Thalir Thiran Thittam (A Transformational Change Through Awareness)

While the world of work is increasingly becoming competitive, unless the students prepare themselves sufficiently both psychologically and socially, they would be at a loss to face the 'real world'.

Students have huge potential. While regular curriculum equips them with knowledge and hard skills, it does not cover the soft skills relating to both emotional intelligence and social intelligence which become the deciding factor to move ahead in a competitive world.

'Thalir Thiran Thittam' was envisioned to support students with consistent and comprehensive inputs over a period of time to develop appropriate skills and attitudes that are extremely important in life with the ideal of creating a transformational change through awareness

The objective of this program is to

  • Equip students to make informed choices by providing them with skills that they need to cope with issues and problems related to the entire spectrum of their survival and well being.
  • Prepare students to become more responsible and confident adults, enabling them have a high self esteem and self worth.
  • Make students fit for the real world in which they would lead lives as responsible citizens, contributing well to themselves, their families and the society at large.

Methodology

The framework of United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and 10 Life Skills listed by World Health Organization have been used as the basis to develop the curriculum which spans the formative years from the 1st standard to the 12th standard.

The programme employs Active Participatory Learning Methodology rather than the normal instructional methodology using electronic visual and audio learning kit provided for the school teachers / peers acting as facilitators in High / Higher Secondary schools.For the primary school programme, a detailed user manual that contains games, jingles and activities for the teachers/ facilitators is also provided to facilitate the teaching - learning process.

Participatory learning:

  • Builds on the experience, opinions and knowledge of group members
  • Provides a creative context for exploring possibilities and defining options
  • Provides a source of mutual comfort and security which is important for the learning and decision making process

The program follows a six stage phased process of

  • Curriculum Development
  • Curriculum Delivery
  • Program Implementation
  • Reinforcement
  • Impact Assessment
  • Research
Cycle


Thalir Thian Thittm (TTT) in Tamilnadu

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was entered into with the Government of Tamil Nadu to implement Thalir Thiran Thittam in 4239 schools since the academic year 2009-10, covering both high schools and higher secondary schools across Tamil Nadu. Based on the feedback from all stakeholders - students, parents, teachers, heads of institutions and educationists, curriculum for primary school was developed and is being implemented in about 150 schools.

Tim Tim Tare (TTT) in Gujarat

Following the successful implementation of TTT in Tamilnadu and with a view to implement it in Gujarat, an MoU was signed with the Government of Gujarat in 2012-13, under the moniker "Tim Tim Tara". At present it is rolled out to 1907 schools in Ahmedabad and Vadodara districts of Gujarat.

Tim Tim Tare (TTT) in Rajasthan

Recently, an MoUhas been signed with the Government of Rajasthan to implement TTT in 71 Swami Vivekanand Government Model schools and 1340 Adarsh Model schools across Rajasthan, from the academic year 2016-17.

NEEM Agent

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) launched National Employability Enhancement Mission (NEEM) in 2013to offer on-the-job practical training to enhance employability of anyone either pursuing his or her graduation / diploma in any technical or non-technical stream or have discontinued studies of degree or diploma course to increase their employability. To impart this training program, Aparajitha Foundations was registered as NEEM Agent on 23rd December 2015.

Corporate Social Responsibility Activities

As part of Aparajitha Corporate Services Limited's Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, Aparajitha contributed Rs.10,00,000, under Tamil nadu government's 'Namakku Name' Self sufficiency scheme for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj, construct 5 Anganwadi Centres, complete with classroom, kitchen and toilet facilities and a children's park in Kizhaneri, Thenpazhanji colony, MGR Nagar, Vilacheri and PRC colony.